With half a century of field experience, TotalEnergies offers a wide variety of innovative grease solutions tailored for demanding applications in all industrial segments. Ceran, the product of TotalEnergies, which makes a difference among greases with its technology, meets the high performance required by equipment in industries such as iron-steel, cement, paper and food.
Total Turkey Pazarlama brought together Ceran grease products with its stakeholders at the International Rolling Mill Symposium and Exhibition held in Iskenderun on September 23-24. Participants showed great interest in the Total Turkey Marketing stand, which supported the organization as a platinum sponsor, where the metal rolling industry was examined in economic, technological and scientific fields, and developments were shared and rolling issues were discussed in detail.
Technical Services Manager Mine Altınkurt said that they have been developing innovative and high-performance products and solutions for industrial segments for more than 50 years. Altınkurt said, “Our main goal is to be customer-oriented. In this organization, we had the opportunity to introduce our Ceran grease product portfolio by meeting with both local and foreign representatives of the sector for two days, and listened to their expectations and needs. It is of great importance to reduce operating costs and increase efficiency in sectors where competition is intense such as iron and steel, automotive, cement and energy production. We, as Total Turkey Pazarlama, help to get the highest efficiency from the equipment with our Ceran grease portfolio and offer the needed reliability and competitive advantage. We developed the calcium sulfonate complex technology grease with Ceran. Ceran provides resistance to high pressure, water and high temperature and mechanical stability. zamIt also has excellent protection against corrosion and oxidation.”
It is very important for Total Turkey Pazarlama to take part in such a large organization in Iskenderun, where the heart of the metal rolling industry beats.